Originally Posted by Caz.I
Sounds like a nightmare!
Social services can be contacted through your town hall, and maybe you should put it to them that you are at risk from a health point of view being 6 months pregnant (they may be more likely to take notice then). Must be environmental department too which you can notify. But even if they do something I think it would take time.
There is a Mental Health Unit in most hospitals and some health centres as far as I know so all you could do is call them and let them know but as Hombre said you should think about your welfare right now rather than hers.
Somehow I think your landlord will be a bit more interested when he knows you are moving out, and if hes not going to do anything about it then thats probably the best bet. The last thing you need with a baby is someone like that living next door.
I really sympathise with you as this situation is a upsetting enough without being pregnant into the bargain.
Caz I. has given you the indicators as to what you can do and where to go - the town hall does has an environmental health department which you're supposed to contact about rats etc. You could also try telling your own doctor about your problems because obviously your own mental and physical health is in danger! But if you have Spanish neighbours, surely they've done all of this anyway??
However, as said before, looking after yourself is your first priority right now, and looking for somewhere else to live is a bit of a strain in itself so you're going to have to decide which is the best thing for you at this moment in time. If you have enough money, go to an agency and let them run around looking for the right place to live.
If you are feeling strong and well, I would go to the town hall, looking as big
as possible and just
dump the problem on their doorstep. Say the problem is unbearable (inaguantable) and you need a solution now.
Don't go until you get something in writing.
Good luck to you !!
Please let us know how you get on.